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Spray Pattern and Automated Actuation Tools and Insight to Accelerate Inhalation and Intranasal Drug

Lecturer: Ian Flaherty Sr. Product Manager; Proveris Scientific


Drug Development in the orally inhaled and nasal drug product (OINDP) space presents many complex problems, all needing to be tackled accordingly, in order to reach the product approval stage. Depending on the target market for the product, the regulatory landscape can be difficult to navigate, and settling on the right path is an important decision with huge financial implications. With any combination drug product, developers must fully consider and understand the relationships between drug formulation, device performance, and patient usage. In this talk, we will highlight some of the key challenges in OINDP development and explain how to spray pattern measurements are used as key critical quality attributes (CQAs) to evaluate the process and material parameters for product development. We will outline the Quality By Design (QbD) approach and speak to how automated actuation and Proveris’ SprayVIEW® technology can help accelerate project timelines.

Development and Bioequivalence of OINDPs using Spray Analysis and Automated Microscopy

Lecturer: Dr. Robert Taylor & Dr. John Ddungu; Malvern Panalytical


Drug product developers face many challenges as they seek to develop new drug products based on novel dosage forms or delivery technologies. This particularly  true of Orally Inhaled and Nasal Drug Products (OINDPs), where developers must not only develop an effective formulation but also understand how this can be reproducibly delivered to a patient using a complex device. As a result, the development of new and generic OINDPs is considered high risk, with many projects failing to meet project timescales or even reach the market at all. In this presentation, we will discuss two analytical methods which are applied to the characterisation of OINDPs in order to speed up development of new and generic  products.

Differential scanning calorimetry DSC for therapeutic biopharma products

Lecturer: Peter Gimeson, Biosciences Field Application  Manager; Malvern Panalytica

Abstract: During the life history of a commercial therapeutic protein product, DSC analysis is uniquely valuable from early discovery research to commercial product management. DSC is a powerful tool for comparing the stability of potential drug candidates; conducting pre-formulation and formulation screening studies; biophysical characterization of drug product for regulatory filings; comparability studies after a manufacturing change; and comparing a biosimilar to an innovator drug product. DSC analysis of a protein also can provide insightful data in investigations of the roles of specific domains in the instability and aggregation of multidomain proteins.  In this webinar, the technology will be introduced and case studies will be presented, to demonstrate how DSC analysis is used in these applications.

The Art of Titration - Innovation in the field of Pharmaceutical

Lecturer: Günther Spinnler, International Headquarters; Metrohm AG  

Abstract:  Data integrity requires data to be complete, consistent, and accurate throughout Their complete lifecycle, thus providing full transparency and traceability. OMNIS system compliance provides all necessary features for achieving Data integrity and compliance to FDA 21 CFR part 11 and EudraLex, Vol.4, Annex 11. In this presentation, we show which comprehensive features OMNIS has implemented to fulfill all these ambitious requirements for the Pharmaceutical  Industry

How powder testing can identify properties to optimize pharmaceutical processes?

Lecturer: Adi Ben-Yaakov Head of Applications &  Development Department;  Dr. Golik Scientific Solutions

Abstract:  Powder processing lies at the heart of pharmaceutical manufacture. It is, therefore, necessary that efforts to improve efficiency and preserve quality must focus on understanding and controlling powder behavior. When it comes to effective powder characterization for process-related investigations, it’s essential to generate data that is measured under the same conditions of stress and strain that the powder experiences in the process environment such as wet granulation, die filling, tablet manufacture, screw feeders, Dry Powder Inhaler (DPI), etc.

Why do we need validation & calibration? The importance of 17025 in the pharmaceutical field

Lecturer: Boris Katz, Regulation expert

Chromatograph ion solutions focusing on sample preparation

Lecturer: Darina Rozen

Chromatograph ion solutions focusing on sample preparation

Lecturer: Darina Rozen

Webinar on: Technologies & innovation in wastewater treatment with a focus on ICP OES metal scanning
Uploaded Mar 25, 2021

Lecturer: Yael Twig & Omey Nadler

Real Time Chemical Dosing Optimization in Water Treatment 20210225

Lecturer: Stuart Wakefield; Malvern Panalytical

Scanning metals in raw materials and cannabis product

Lecturers: Tomer Haham & Omry Nadler

Karl Fisher, Water concentration measurements in inflorescences and cannabis products

Lecturer: Darina Rozen & Tomer Haham

Key benefits and principles of isothermal and adiabatic calorimetry

Lecturer: Joseph Willmot; H.E.L. Group

Wednesday 14:00 16.12.2020

H.E.L will highlight the key benefits and principles of calorimetry testing in regards to battery and cell development. They will discuss where and why to use each testing technique and show real examples of how this has helped characterize cells and thus aid in cell development

Batteries - Application in potentiostat

Lecturer: Martijn van Dijk; Metrohm Autolab

Monday 14.12.2020 14:00

• Introduction to batteries

• Parameters, units, vocabulary

• Li-ion batteries

• NOVA 2 in battery application

• Hardware in battery applications

• Accessories in battery applications

Batteries – Improving Performance and Quality

Lecturers: Omer Shenkman & Stuart Wakefield

Tuesday 15.12.2020 10:00AM 

The Lithium-ion battery is an energy storage device capable of almost continuous charging and discharging. In comparison to traditional battery technologies, lithium-ion batteries provide significantly higher performance and efficiency in terms of application. The power density, safety, recharge time, cost, and other aspects of its technology are expected to continue to advance.

During this talk, we will present important properties for improving battery performance. Some of these properties are particle size and shape, surface area, density, porosity, and pore size distribution.  We will discuss how these properties affect battery performance and how their measurement techniques are being implemented. Examples from electrode analysis, separator\binder evaluation, and finally manufacturing and failure analysis will be presented.

Water monitoring in gas power plant

Lecturer: Omri Nadler

העולם עובר לשימוש באנרגיה ירוקה וכחלק מהתהליך הוקמו תחנות כח העובדות על גז במקום פחם. אחת הבקרות הנדרשות בתחנה היא ניטור מים וסריקת אלמנטים. בהרצאה תערך סקירה של מדידות סוגי המים שניתן לבצע בטכנולוגיית ICP-OES המשמשת למציאת אלמנטים ויוצגו מחקרים שנעשו בתחום על ידי חברת Agilent

A Desktop Electron Microscope in the field of pharma

Lecturer: Omer Shenkman

Solutions in Molecular Spectroscopy and new applications in the UV Vis Spectrophotometer

Lecturer: Sharon Sharabi

Zetasizer Advance Range Launch

Lecturer: Yael Shaked

MP-AES instruments & Meeting with Ronny Dayag, Director of Tnuva's R&D Laboratory

Lecturer: Omri Nadler

Innovations in the field of RAMAN

Lecturer: Dr. Jan Wülfken

Technological innovations in the field of Desktop Electron Microscopy

Lecturer: Omer Shenkman

What is porosity and why should it be measured?

Lecturer: Omer Shenkman

Introducing the ICP-OES technology

Lecturer: Omri Nadler